Lawyers, Guns and Money
Why Can't This Be Love?
Banter and Dr. Babyhead intro
Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead
Heartache Spoken Here
Boom Boom Mancini
Johnny Strikes Up the Band
Play It All Night Long
Desperados Under the Eaves [banter]
Jole Blon [bamter]
Instrumental intro to... >
Poor Poor Pitiful Me >
I'll Feel A Whole Lot Better
The Indifference of Heaven
[banter] Seminole Bingo
Roland Chorale >
Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
Applause > banter
Mr. Bad Example
Werewolves of London >
2 - Lawyers, Guns and Money
10 - Play It All Night Long
14 - Poor Poor Pitiful Me >
17 - banter > Seminole Bingo
23 - Werewolves of London >
Collection WarrenZevonBand/Artist Warren ZevonDate March 6, 1994Venue Wheeler Opera HouseLocation Aspen, COSource SBDLineage Cassette > Nero 6 Wave Editor > Adobe Audition > CDWave > FLAC; Sector Boundary Errors checked with Trader's Little HelperTaped by unknownTransferred by Deb1
March 28, 2013
My Favorite Live Set
Phenomenal show and great sound quality.
The best version of Mohammed's Radio that I've ever heard. The piano on it is amazing.
August 23, 2009
Great Artist,Great recording!Hope things are going well for you up there, Warren ....
August 18, 2008
Great sounding soundboard recording. When he speaks at the beginning I thought he was in the room with me. Well worth a download.
Thanks tapers and thanks archive!
November 10, 2007
OK, pass the crow. Kick my ass f'er jumping to conclusions. It's Duncan, not Thompson. I will spend a night in the redwoods in Winter without a tent as pennance. Hey, this crow's not half bad...
October 8, 2006
Great performance, excellent sound quality.
August 27, 2006
Sweet sweet show. Nice set, nice sound. Really brings out Warren's voice. A good personal show. Love Desperados Under the Eaves on this one. He plays some songs piano, some 12-string.
A really beautiful mix on this. One of the best Warren solo tour recordings I've heard.
June 8, 2006
Wonderful Live Set
Well, this is a very nice recording.
Great EQ from the desk, designed by the sound of it to bring Warren's work on the Ovation 12-string to the fore.
Look out for the tasty intro to Boom Boom Mancini, complete with pinched harmonics, and some nice banjo rolls in places.
This is a lively counterpoint to the "Learning To Flinch" live CD, with some later songs from the "Mutineer" album.
I haven't found a better set than this one on this archive.
May 8, 2006
Good show to grab. Very good sound quality, Warren is in good spirits, and it has a rare live version of "Heartache Spoken Here."